The Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain is garnering award nominations but Frankie Faison needs to be in the Oscar conversation. Frankie Faison’s performance as Kenneth Chamberlain Sr. earned a Gotham Award win at the end of November. He also has a Film Independent Spirit Award nomination, too. We’ll certainly see if this indie film is able to capture the Academy’s attention. ACADEMY VOTERS, ARE YOU LISTENING?!? However, it’s hard turning away during the film’s 81-minute run…"The Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain: A Must-Watch"
Hope Springs Eternal isn’t the typical coming-of-age dramedy but the film manages to offer some learning lessons. High school isn’t an easy time for anyone. Hope Gracin (Mia Rose Frampton) goes through her junior year of high school while battling cancer. This earns her the nickname of “cancer girl.” Faced with a terminal diagnosis, Hope can either be depressed about it or embrace it while being comfortable with her fate. She makes the “practical” choice.…"Hope Springs Eternal"